ELIZABETH—Garrett Husveth, co-founder of hauntednewjersey.com, forensic examiner and digital sound expert will offer a program, Ghosts and the Paranormal, at Elizabeth Public Library on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 2 p.m., in the Main Library Auditorium, 11 South Broad Street.
ELIZABETH—Lester Sargent, Jack Casey and Jay Rice of the Union County Emerald Society congratulate Bella Nugent Laughlin of Elizabeth as she is named Irishwoman of the Year.
ELIZABETH – Traditionally, a New Year marks the beginning of a hiring surge that takes place among employers seeking the best-of-the-best to join their ranks. With 2010 expected to see an ease in the slackened economy, it is important to be prepared for opportunities for promotion, lateral moves, and re-entry into the employment marketplace.
ELIZABETH – A man who allegedly carjacked a vehicle in Elizabeth Monday night was killed in a crash as he attempted to flee police, authorities said.
GREAT LAKES, Ill.—Navy Seaman Apprentice David Cagua, son of Luz Stella Garcia of Elizabeth and Edgar Cagua of Lawrenceville, Ga., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Cagua completed a…
ELIZABETH –On Oct. 13, Elizabeth Public Schools held a kickoff event at John E. Dwyer Technology Academy, celebrating the launch of the Oyster Project. Elizabeth Public Schools has become one of 25 secondary school districts in the United States to receive the 2009 Hewlett Packard (HP) Innovations in Education grant.
ELIZABETH — Benedictine Academy, a Catholic college preparatory secondary school for young women in Elizabeth, recently honored the students of the month for September.
ELIZABETH—A “Grand Reunion” for all classes of Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth (including women who attended the BA Paterson campus) was held on Saturday, Oct. 17 in Elizabeth. Nearly two hundred alumnae of the all-female Catholic college prep secondary school attended.
ELIZABETH—Elizabeth Public Schools held a Perfect Score Rally on Wednesday, Oct. 21, to celebrate the excellent achievement of 276 students in grades three through eight who scored perfect scores of 300 on the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge.
ELIZABETH—The owner of a construction business with close ties to Mayor J. Christian Bollwage was sentenced to 39 months in federal prison for paying bribes to a former Linden housing official in return for hundreds of thousands of dollars in contracts.